Victims, gunman in Fla. salon shooting identified

Bradford Baumet fatally shot three women and injured another at a Casselberry, Fla. beauty salon before leaving the scene and killing himself on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. WKMG

(CBS/AP) CASSELBERRY, Fla. - Police have identified two of the three women shot dead and the gunman who killed them at a central Florida beauty salon before taking his own life Thursday, CBS affiliate WKMG reports.

Police said Bradford Baumet, 36, first shot two women hiding inside the bathroom of Las Dominicanas M & M Salon in Casselberry and then another woman as she attempted to escape through the back door. One other woman was wounded and is in the hospital, said a police spokeswoman.

According to police, Gladys Cabrera, 52, a customer at the salon, and Noelia Gonzalez-Brito, 28, an employee, were both shot and killed by Baumet. The third victim's identity has not been released.

Authorities said Baumet was targeting his ex-girlfriend who worked at the salon, 44-year-old Marcia Santiago. She is in serious condition at Orlando Regional Medical Center.

After the salon attack, Baumet went to a friend's home in Winter Park several miles away and fatally shot himself. Authorities say that Baumet came in to the house and did not tell people about the shooting but was very agitated and anxious about "a problem he couldn't fix." He then pulled out a gun and took his own life shortly after 11 a.m.

Baumet had been served with a domestic violence injunction Oct. 9 and was scheduled to be in Orange County court today.

"He's been having problems, he's mentally unstable. We've been telling her 'keep away from him. Keep away from him,'" one of Baumet's cousins told WKMG.

WKMG learned from the brother of one of the victims that one woman who was killed was four months pregnant and a mother to a young child.

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